Paddle To A Hidden Waterfall In The Grand Canyon With A Bucket List-Worthy Adventure In Arizona

Waterfalls aren’t exactly rare in Arizona, but they take on a different sort of mystique when the only means of access are via boat or an intense backcountry hike. Deer Creek Falls is hidden deep within the Grand Canyon, and most rafting outfitters include it on their itinerary. This paddling trip is a bucket-list-worthy adventure if we’ve ever seen one!

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Visit the Grand Canyon website for a list of river outfitters. Click here for the AllTrails page if you decide to brave the hike instead (it has a different route than what we outlined above).

Have you ever paddled (or hiked) to Deer Creek Falls? If so, we’d love to hear all about your experience! Check out our previous article for more waterfalls to add to your bucket list: 6 Gorgeous Arizona Waterfalls Hiding In Plain Sight With No Hiking Required.

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Address: Deer Creek Falls, Arizona 86435, USA